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IN the mood for a boogie? Why not head to the White Hart for some live music.
This Sunday, 4th March, No Fixed Abode take to the stage. Duo Tony and Una are a special musical brew, woven on the strands of Irish and northern hue. Tony plays guitar, as gritty as the northern skies he called home and Una brings the gentle heartfelt tones of Ireland. Add a touch of darkness to the mix and together they paint vivid musical pictures of life and loss.
Their influences are collected like scattered seeds, Deep Purple to Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen to Dolly Parton, Doors to Supertramp. Stones, Beatles, Eagles – all massed and scattered wildely in their own musical garden. Music starts at 4pm until 7pm.
For St Patrick’s Day on Saturday 17th March, the White Hart will be throwing a party to remember with folk-rock band Billy in the Lowground.
With a distinct Irish influence, courtesy of fiddle player Ruth Behan, Billy in the Lowground’s sound is continuously evolving, incorporating elements of Americana, Rock, and Country. Comparisons are sometimes made with the Waterboys and the Levellers, but there’s a distinctive tone to the band that’s all their own.
They’ve played hundreds of gigs in pubs, clubs, and venues large and small all over the UK since they formed in 1991, as well as too many festivals to count.
The band will perform from 9pm until 11.30pm.
For more details about the upcoming music and for further dates visit www. whitehartatatworth .co.uk or visit their Facebook page.